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Selina invites you to join this unforgettable surf camp! This surf camp is adapted to your needs with the sole aim of offering the perfect surfing holidays in Central America. Selina believes that their program is designed to be memorable, so you will definitely find a different concept here. This will be the most authentic surfing experience you will ever get, where you can keep the real surf spirit and be shared the unique experience of Bocas del Toro in Panama!
Selina Bocas del Toro is at the epicenter of Isla Colon in the heart of Bocas Town. Try local and global delicacies at Selina's bar and restaurant, or cook the catch of the day yourself in the common kitchen. You can stay in the dormitories, standard, private, unique, or deluxe rooms.
This is the classic Selina option. The room is facilitated with bunk beds with your own light and locker to keep your possessions safe and secure. This is the best way to immerse yourself in the Selina way of life and to meet your fellow travelers. If you’re traveling for several days, this is the best way to make sure your wallet takes you further and it's a great experience. Bathrooms are shared.
If you want a nice rest and some peace and quiet while keeping an eye on your wallet, these rooms are the perfect option. Enjoy a comfortable full-size bed with a shared shower. You’ll get the full Selina treatment while having your own place to retire to in the evenings.
It has a queen-size bed and provides guests with all the basic essentials. There is a private bathroom, the luxury of their own space and experience, a comfy minimalism that provides just enough to encourage a good night’s rest.
For those who still need their comforts while exploring. The deluxe rooms are made for comfort and are designed with a keen eye for detail. These are large rooms with a private bathroom, king-size bed, air conditioner, and depending on the location a private balcony to enjoy the scenic views.
This is Selina’s most luxurious offer. The unique rooms are designed for those looking to indulge while traveling.
Selina teaches surfers of all levels and provides surf lessons for those who want to learn how to step on to the water and surfers that want to improve having more speed and control in the green waves. Also for advanced surfers who want to go one step further in their technique and style. Professional and experienced surf teachers will coach you. They will get you to that next level and help you get the most from your surfing.
You will be using the latest and most advanced equipment to provide the best feeling ever, all the lessons include surfboard and all equipment needed. The location has incredible year-round surf conditions for all surfing levels, probably one of the best places worldwide to improve your surfing or learn to surf for the first time.
Colorful, Caribbean Bocas del Toro in Panama has always been legendary. Made famous by Afro-Caribbeans who arrived to work on nearby banana plantations, Bocas Town has evolved into a multicultural mecca. Dreamy, surreal, and seductive, Bocas Town will capture your heart with its coconut groves and blue-green water. Slow down and soak up the Caribbean vibes: islands, reefs, and beaches may draw you in, but it’s the energy that will make you want to linger. At night, enjoy live music at the venue, then head out to Bocas Town for some beer, rum, and reggae. From here, the world is your oyster.
Panama is bordered by Costa Rica to the west, Colombia (in South America) to the southeast, the Caribbean Sea to the north and the Pacific Ocean to the south. The capital and the largest city is Panama City, whose metropolitan area is home to nearly half of the country's four million people. Panamanians believe in general that the word Panama means "abundance of fish, trees, and butterflies". Panama's tropical environment supports an abundance of plants. Forests dominate, interrupted in places by grasslands, scrub, and crops and the wildlife are the most diverse in Central America. It is home to many South American species as well as to North American wildlife.
The culture is reflected in traditional products, such as woodcarvings, ceremonial masks, and pottery, as well as in Panama's architecture, cuisine, and festivals. In earlier times, baskets were woven for utilitarian uses, but now many villages rely almost exclusively on income from the baskets they produce for tourists. Panamanian cuisine is a mix of African, Spanish, and Native American techniques, dishes, and ingredients, reflecting its diverse population.
Panama has some of the best surf breaks in all of Central America! Whether you like point breaks, beach breaks, hollow tubes, or long peelers, Panama has a variety of surf breaks to accommodate your style. Panama is still virgin and you can catch most of the best surf spots by yourself with your buddies. Few people know about Panama's surfing potential, which is a big plus for surfers who visit! However, you better go soon because Panama is becoming more and more popular for surfers from around the globe.
Bocas del Toro has been compared with some places in Indonesia, the bottom drop-off in his coast and the produce powerful waves. From beginner to advanced, there is a wave for everyone along one of Panama’s hundreds of beaches. Unpaved roads, boats to get from one island to another and hidden paradises have kept these magnificent beaches from becoming overcrowded and will have you feeling as though you are entering a secret paradise.
Bocas del Toro has become one of the top destination surf spots for surfers in search of the best waves in Panamá. Beginners, intermediates, and advanced surfers alike can find a perfect breaking wave that caters to their level of experience. Selina Surf Club is located in Isla Colón spot, just 10 minutes by boat of rest of the most important spots in the area: Bluff, Dumpers, Paunch, Silverbacks, Careñeros.
You will be served daily buffet breakfast, six lunches, and three dinners. Lunch and dinner will be a local flare with both western and eastern influences. Special meals can be catered for vegetarians or allergic people.
Please book your flight to arrive at Bocas del Toro "Isla Colón" International Airport (BOC).
From Panama City, you can take a direct flight from the Albrook "Marcos A. Gelabert" International Airport (PAC) to Bocas del Toro with Air Panama (from 102 USD each way). Selina Bocas del Toro is located a few blocks away from the Bocas del Toro "Isla Colón" International Airport (BOC), about a five-minute walk. If you require transportation, taxis are available on the island.
From Panama City, you can take a 10-hour bus ride from Albrook Bus Terminal to Almirante, the closest mainland point to Isla Colon (around 27 USD). From Almirante, take a 30-minute water taxi to Isla Colon (around 6 USD).
You can take one of Selina shuttles from Selina Playa Venao, Puerto Viejo, Red Frog, or San Jose. Please send an inquiry to Selina if you want to book a shuttle.
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